Loudoun Economic Development to Host 2nd Annual Launch Loudoun Small Business Summit

Loudoun County, VA – As part of Loudoun’s 11th Small Business Week Celebration, the Loudoun Department of Economic Development proudly announces its 2nd Annual Launch Loudoun Small Business Summit to be held on Tuesday, April 30th, from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm at The Lodge at Hanson Park in Brambleton.

The summit aims to provide invaluable resources and connections for small businesses across all industries, whether they are at the inception stage or seeking expansion opportunities. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with industry leaders, participate in interactive workshops, and network with fellow entrepreneurs.

The highlight of the event will be the keynote address delivered by Jason Dorsey, CEO of The Center for Generational Kinetics and a nationally renowned speaker. Dorsey’s insights into generational dynamics and market trends promise to offer invaluable guidance to attendees as they navigate the business landscape.

In addition to Dorsey’s keynote, attendees will be treated to a fireside chat titled “Expanding Successful Pathways: The Workforce Pipeline.” Local experts from VISA, Shenandoah University, NOVA Community College, and Loudoun County Public Schools will explore critical workforce issues and share strategies for building and sustaining a talented workforce.

The summit will conclude with an interactive workshop on ownership and leadership facilitated by Diana Patton, providing attendees with practical tools and insights to enhance their leadership skills and drive business success.

As a bonus, attendees will enjoy lunch provided by local food trucks, adding to the atmosphere of the event.

“We are thrilled to host the 2nd Annual Launch Loudoun Small Business Summit as part of our commitment to supporting the growth and success of small businesses in Loudoun County,” said Buddy Rizer, Executive Director of Loudoun Economic Development. “This event promises to be a day of learning, networking, and inspiration, and we encourage all small business owners and entrepreneurs to join us.”

Attendance to the summit is free, but registration is required. Interested individuals can sign up for the event here.